Aldermaston Church’s Project St Mary’s

Project St Mary’s is the renovation and rejuvenation project that will prepare the 900 year old St Mary the Virgin Church in Aldermaston for the use and enjoyment of future generations.

Rejuvenation & restoration work being considered:

  • restore wall paintings
  • restore stained glass windows
  • replace Victorian pebble-dash cladding
  • repair plaster on walls
  • repair the roof
  • tackle damp issues
  • new meeting room and facilities
  • new heating systems

The project team report to the Aldermaston & Wasing Parochial Church Council. part of the Aldermaston & Woolhampton Benefice, within the Bradfield Deanery in the Diocese of Oxford.


A Timeline for the history of Aldermaston Church One of the key elements to Project St Mary's is the understanding ...
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architectual papers

Project Planning and Phasing

The age of Aldermaston's  St Mary the Virgin church, it's importance and it's Grade 1 Listing means that planning for ...
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Photo Galleries

Photo Galleries Photos of the work required and work in progress for Project St. Mary's that aims to renovate and ...
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Getting Involved

Things that you can do: Please support the Church Fund Raising Come to church fund raising events like the Summer ...
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The following sources have been used to compile this site. Gordon Timmins: Aldermaston: A Village History (revised 2007) Wikipedia: Aldermaston ...
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